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Legal and Practical Consequences of a Blockade of Cuba The President has the power to establish a blockade of Cuba under the laws of the United States without further congressional action A blockade

In addition such a blockade could be regarded by Cub a and other Soviet Bloc nations as an act of war October 19 1962 EMORANDUM This memorandum discusses the legality and practical consequences of a blockade of Cuba established unilaterally by the U

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Legal and Practical Consequences of a Blockade of Cuba The President has the power to establish a blockade of Cuba under the laws of the United States without further congressional action A blockade






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